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DA leader in WC Bonginkosi Madikizela resigns

The former DA leader in the Western Cape, Bongkinkosi Madikizela, has resigned as the party’s leader in the province. He recently became embroiled in a controversy by putting forward false qualifications, stating that he had a BCom degree. DA provincial chairperson, Jaco Londt, says they respect Madikizela’s decision to step[…]

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WC gov to launch Blue Dot Taxi initiative next month

The Western Cape government has launched an initiative aimed at reducing illegal taxi operations and the deadly conflict in the industry. The provincial government’s Blue Dot Taxi was launched in Cape Town, and will initially include over a thousand vehicles. They will participate in an incentive programme aimed at rewarding[…]

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WC Transport MEC to engage taxi ass, police over CT turf war

By Tauhierah Salie Transport MEC in the Western Cape Bonginkosi Madikizela has called an urgent meeting with taxi associations on Tuesday, following two shooting incidents believed to be linked to taxi-related feuds in Cape Town. Speaking to VOC’s Breakfast show on Tuesday, the MEC described the incidents as “deeply concerning”[…]

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WC DA elects new provincial congress

DA Western Cape Leader, Bongikosi Madikizlea has been re-elected as the party’s provincial leader. He was one of the candidates who was vying for several top spots in the party’s Western Cape Congress, which was hosted virtually this year, due to COVID-19. Madikizela beat Masizole Mnqasela and Wendy Philander, in[…]

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No plans to evict De Waal Drive tenants: MEC

Provincial Human Settlements MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela says no eviction notices has been served to residents of the block of flats on De Waal drive in Zonnebloem. The minister held a press briefing on Friday in response to media reports claiming that residents of the De Waal apartments were told to[…]

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